A NELSON’S FREERIDER ALEX VOLOKHOV TESTS HIS MOUNTAIN BIKING LIMITS THROUGH THE WOODS!
Alex Volokhov is a 22 year old based biker in Nelson, Canada. He works in forest industry. Big mountain type stuff, steep stuff, big jumps are his strengths. He is now following the footsteps of many freeride greats from Nelson.
Kurt Sorge, also from Nelson, Invited me up to the first Hoff Fest at Retallack Lodge.. Met all the guys and ended up going to a few more! Good times sending with those guys! By the riders, for the riders. The way it should be. – Alex Volokhov
Alex Volokhov doing jumps at 1:29. Riding your bike alone can be lonely sometimes. It is a solo building, overcoming injury and pushing through fears could give solitary experience. It should have passion that would surpass through risk and pain to apprehend the feeling of success.
Calvin Huth of No Bad Days says,
“Rider passion and determination is what I love most about filming bikes. I will always respect the courage and effort these athletes put into their riding, it’s what they live for!” – Calvin Huth
Alex doing his exhibition at 3:52. He experienced pain in his first try but he refused to give up. He stands up and did it again until he succeed.
“Riding gives us our highest highs and our lowest lows. Jubilation meets exasperation. It’s where we go to meditate and where we test our limits, mentally and physically. It’s love and warfare.” – Alex Volokhov
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